Re: Motion Comics tutorial for LiveCode

Ender Nafi Elekcioglu endernafi at gmail.com
Tue Oct 1 23:24:19 EDT 2013


There are some remarkable intellects in this world.
I wrote this statement because of Dr. Paul Harrison, coder of Resynthesizer plugin for Gimp.
I've used many content-aware healing tools in my time
but I must say, none of them can compete with this one.
Give it a try…
It's really astonishing.


Back to the subject;

completed:
* page28-00008
* page28-00007
* page28-00006
* page28-00005

download link: http://tinyurl.com/q8vrkgo

It's a time-consuming task 
and unfortunately I can't allocate full time because of my own projects;
so it's going slow
{ slow but steady, I hope :) }

Best,

~ Ender Nafi
~… together, we're smarter …~


On October 2, 2013 at 6:07:29 AM, Alejandro Tejada (capellan2000 at gmail.com) wrote:

Great! [double thumbs up]  

Are you going to post your files in the mail list  
and the forum?  

Have a nice day!  

Al  


On Tue, Oct 1, 2013 at 4:46 PM, Ender Nafi Elekcioglu  
<endernafi at gmail.com> wrote:  
> completed:  
> * page28-00008  
> * page28-00007  
> * page28-00006  
>  
>  
>  
> ~ Ender Nafi  
> ~… together, we're smarter …~  
>  
> On October 1, 2013 at 9:48:16 AM, Alejandro Tejada (capellan2000 at gmail.com)  
> wrote:  
>  
> Hi Ender,  
>  
> Your file is a perfect example of the process! :D  
> Many Thanks for sending it.  
>  
>> I'm sending you a simple one,  
>> just to be sure that we're on the same page.  
>> Is this what you had on your mind?  
>> I mean, do I need to extract …  
>> * stars,  
>> * speech bubble,  
>> * "the end" sign?  
>  
> Yes, that is the way.  
> Separate the characters from the background,  
> leaving each element in a layer of his own.  
>  
>> Simply, I need some parameters.  
>> There are images which contains *waves*, *boats*, *rocks*, …  
>> Should they all be separate layers?  
>  
> At first, just separate the main elements, like the  
> characters, the speech bubble and the boat.  
>  
> You could think of the frame in these terms:  
>  
> How would look this background without the  
> characters in it?  
>  
> Then, separate all elements that do not belong  
> to the background.  
>  
> Most of the backgrounds are really plain and  
> simple, but extracting the characters from them,  
> is a very time consuming task. :o  
>  
>> As a second question;  
>> are there any others besides me working on this images?  
>> If so, we should find a method to synchronize our efforts.  
>> A simple mail-chain could do it, I guess.  
>> One can send an e-mail stating  
>> "I'm starting with *page28-00008.jpg*" or "I'm done with  
>> *page28-00008.jpg*";  
>> so that anyone else won't duplicate same work.  
>> What do you think?  
>  
> Yes, I like the idea of syncronizing our efforts.  
> Still now, only two persons are working on this  
> but, I hope that more became willing to participate  
> if we post frecuent updates of the progress in the  
> creation of this tutorial.  
>  
> I will start for the first two pages: 25 and 26  
> you could keep working in 27 and 28.  
>  
> Please, post a link to this xfc file in the mail list and the forum.  
> http://forums.runrev.com/viewtopic.php?f=23&t=17323  
> http://runtime-revolution.278305.n4.nabble.com/Motion-Comics-tutorial-for-LiveCode-td4670427.html  
>  
> In this way, other will become interested in participating.  
>  
> It's 2:47 am here, so its time for me to go to sleep.  
> Later, today, I will write to the mail list and the forum  
> asking for more volunteers.  
>  
> Have a nice day!  
>  
> Al  
>  
>  
>>  
>> Best,  
>>  
>> ~ Ender Nafi  
>>  
>>  
>> --  
>> Sent with Airmail  
>>  
>> On September 30, 2013 at 10:25:09 AM, Alejandro Tejada  
>> (capellan2000 at gmail.com) wrote:  
>>  
>> Hi Ender,  
>>  
>> The files are attached to this message.  
>> Have a nice week! :)  
>>  
>> Al  
>>


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